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Alice Springs (June Newton): Retrospective

Alice Springs (June Newton): Retrospective

While major Alice Springs exhibitions were already hosted at HNF in 2010 and 2016, many of the photographs in this new retrospective have never been seen by the public. Extensive research into the foundation’s archives, particularly the holdings recently transferred to Berlin from the Newtons’ apartment in Monaco, has provided new insight into the work of Alice Springs. Now, some…
Ara Güler A Play of Light and Shadow

Ara Güler A Play of Light and Shadow

This summer, Foam is thrilled to unveil the exhibition A Play of Light and Shadow, a tribute to Ara Güler, one of Turkey’s most legendary photographers. His profound love for Istanbul and Turkey is evident from his evocative black and white photographs. The exhibition is a close collaboration between Foam, co-curator Ahmet Polat and the Ara Güler Museum. The exhibition…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of the Riesengebirge, Germany (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of the Riesengebirge, Germany (1890s)

The modern names of Krkonoše (Czech), Riesengebirge (German) and Karkonosze (Polish) became widely accepted only in the 19th century. The range is also often referred to in English as the “Giant Mountains”. The Czech name “Krkonoše” is first mentioned (in the singular, as “Krkonoš”) in a 1492 record of the division of the Manor of Štěpanice into two parts. The…
Gösta Peterson: Fashion Photographs 1960s-1980s

Gösta Peterson: Fashion Photographs 1960s-1980s

For the first time since his death, an exhibition of fashion photographs from the 1960s and 1970s by the trailblazing photographer Gösta (Gus) Peterson will be presented. One of the most innovative and progressive fashion photographers of the 20th century, Peterson (Swedish-American, 1923-2017) is known for breaking barriers and challenging conventional approaches to fashion photography of the time. His playful,…
Be Who You Are: Portraits of Woodstock Artists by Harriet Tannin

Be Who You Are: Portraits of Woodstock Artists by Harriet Tannin

Tannin encouraged all her subjects to decide how they wished to be memorialized by her camera lens. At the conclusion of this project, Tannin returned to each photographed artist with two mounted prints: one for the participant to keep and one for them to sign—or, if they so desired, to add a simple thought in pencil to the front of…
Ann Treer: A Moment in New York

Ann Treer: A Moment in New York

It’s rare to come across an artist who has slipped into obscurity after gaining significant recognition. Such is the case for Ann Treer (also know as Agatha Reimann) a photographer of Hungarian descent who created a small but concise body of photographs during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Robert Mann Gallery is pleased to mount an exhibition of Treer’s beautiful and…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Westphalia, Germany (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Westphalia, Germany (1890s)

After the defeat of the Prussian Army by the French at the Battle of Jena–Auerstedt, the Treaty of Tilsit in 1807 made the easternmost portion of today’s Westphalia part of the French client Kingdom of Westphalia until 1813, when the kingdom was dissolved by the Russians. While this state shared its name with the historical region, it only contained a…
This Is Britain: Photographs from the 1970s and 1980s

This Is Britain: Photographs from the 1970s and 1980s

Britain experienced profound changes in the 1970s and 1980s, when it was racked by deindustrialization, urban uprisings, the controversial policies of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Photography became a central form of creative expression during this period, supported and disseminated through new schools, galleries, artists’ collectives, magazines, and government funding. This Is Britain brings together…
Zanele Muholi exhibition at MEP

Zanele Muholi exhibition at MEP

The MEP is proud to present the first retrospective in France dedicated to Zanele Muholi, the internationally renowned South African photographer and activist whose work documents and celebrates the Black LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual+) community. This major event, which brings together more than 200 photographs and videos created since the early 2000s as well as numerous…
László Moholy-Nagy at Fotografiska Stockholm

László Moholy-Nagy at Fotografiska Stockholm

In collaboration with The Moholy-Nagy Foundation, Fotografiska Stockholm is pleased to present Light Play, an exhibition devoted to the photography and film practice of pioneering multidisciplinary artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946). From formal experimentation to personal documentation, the 68 works in the show (including photography, photograms, photomontage, and moving image) collectively illuminate a novel side of an artist whose institutional spotlight…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of County Dublin, Ireland (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of County Dublin, Ireland (1890s)

Despite harsh penal laws and unfavourable trade restrictions imposed upon Ireland, Dublin flourished in the 18th century. The Georgian buildings which still define much of Dublin’s architectural landscape to this day were mostly built over a 50-year period spanning from about 1750 to 1800. Bodies such as the Wide Streets Commission completely reshaped the city, demolishing most of medieval Dublin…
Interview with Nenad Nikolic

Interview with Nenad Nikolic

Nenad Nikolic MD was born in 1958, in Belgrade, Serbia. From an early age, he was interested in art, primarily in photography (mostly B&W), painting, music, and literature. By vocation and profession, he is a Doctor of Medicine (MD), and a Specialist in Occupational Medicine. He exhibited photographs in many showrooms in Serbia, but also worldwide. For the past 10…
Roger Deakins: Byways

Roger Deakins: Byways

The Hulett Collection is proud to present the second North American exhibition of acclaimed photographer and Academy Award winning filmmaker, Roger A. Deakins. Works on display will include photographs featured in Deakins’ monograph, Byways, as well as new, never-before-seen photographs. The exhibition will open to the public on March 4, 2023 with an opening reception with Roger and James Deakins…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Marienburg (Malbork), Prussia (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Marienburg (Malbork), Prussia (1890s)

It was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia in the First Partition of Poland in 1772 and became part of the newly established Province of West Prussia the following year. Prussians liquidated the municipal government and replaced it with new Prussian-appointed administration. In the early 19th century, Prussian authorities acknowledged the town’s Polish-speaking community, ensuring that priests could deliver the…
Marsha Guggenheim: Without a Map

Marsha Guggenheim: Without a Map

How does one move through life with the scars of the past? When I was ten, my mother died unexpectedly from a heart attack. I couldn’t understand where she went or when she would return. Just as I began to comprehend this loss, my father died. I was without support from my family and community. I was lost. Without a…
Amanda Means: Leaves

Amanda Means: Leaves

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to present an online exhibition of Amanda Means’ series, Leaves. These large-scale black and white camera-less photographs are delicately rendered through the artist’s unique image-making process and beautifully printed by the photographer, who is a master darkroom printer. Amanda Means (American, 1945 – ) received a BA from Cornell University in 1969 and an MFA…
Ricardo Yamamoto: Winter Gardens

Ricardo Yamamoto: Winter Gardens

Winter Gardens is a photographic essay about urban parks in a time of accelerated environmental distress. With images captured in and around the city of Melbourne, it invites the viewer to see these green micro universes through our moment in history, where a series of dark pictures can be made of a million dots of grey, and how well-defined lines…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Bath, England (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Bath, England (1890s)

In the early 18th century, Bath acquired its first purpose-built theatre, the Old Orchard Street Theatre. It was rebuilt as the Theatre Royal, along with the Grand Pump Room attached to the Roman Baths and assembly rooms. Master of ceremonies Beau Nash, who presided over the city’s social life from 1705 until his death in 1761, drew up a code…
Ellen von Unwerth: Bombshell

Ellen von Unwerth: Bombshell

The Fahey/Klein gallery is thrilled to present a selection of photographs from the queen of female sensuality, photographer Ellen von Unwerth. In her exhibition, “Bombshell”, the works on display revel in von Unwerth’s experimentation with archetypes and stereotypes that result in images that are spontaneous, playful, and alive. Ellen von Unwerth’s thirty-year storied career defined the aesthetic of the 90’s…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Stettin, Germany (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Stettin, Germany (1890s)

Stettin developed into a major Prussian port and became part of the German Empire in 1871. While most of the province retained its agrarian character, Stettin was industrialised, and its population rose from 27,000 in 1813 to 210,000 in 1900 and 255,500 in 1925. Major industries that flourished in Stettin from 1840 were shipbuilding, chemical and food industries, and machinery…